It's kinda like Google, but for NFTs

By LeftFooted | bitcoinea | 23 May 2022

Mintedgem is sort of, kind of, basically like a database for NFTs, putting different assets from different blockchains in one place. It is currently live on the Rinkeby Test Network and the website is live as well, while the official launch is expected for June 6th.

On the front page, you'll find 1001 squares in total, and you can sort the items based on things like price (low to high and high to low), recently added, blockchain, and so and so forth.

There's a feature that allows you to add an NFT by copy-pasting it (the URL) from various platforms (LooksRare, Solanart, and OpenSea) and you can pay to have your NFT featured on the front page, the same way you'd promote your post on Instagram, Facebook or Google.

Pricing start from $0.10 per day.

The idea was presented to me by the founder himself a little over a week ago when I attended the Tomorrow Conference in Belgrade, Serbia and I gotta admit I still don't know what to think of it, and more to the point, I'm still not 100% I figured out how to use it.

But I see the potential value. The main issue with NFTs these days is that it is very difficult to promote yours if you don't have a big name to spend or a marketing budget, and that's why I believe that other similar platforms can be useful.

I've crossposted this article on Bitcoinea and LeoFinance.

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